Intel’s CTO Ed Goldman discusses their vision and mission, outlines the process for innovation, & gives a peek at what’s at the top of the to-do list
How Intel IT developed a methodology to assess the viability of a bring-your-own stipend program and the results they found.
As Intel grows, so do IT needs for the diverse company. In this podcast, insight on prioritizing IT expenses for a large, multi-national corporation.
Intel IT’s Shesha Krishnapura discuss their DC strategy, decision to run the DC service like a factory, and the key metrics for measuring its success.
Intel IT’s Das Kamhout discussed the choosing a hybrid approach, the challenges it presents, and how it will lead Intel to the future
Intel IT’s Cathy Spence discuss their developer training for cloud aware applications.
Intel’s BYOD program was built to facilitate eDiscovery – legal requests for data –stored on personally owned devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Intel IT discusses the enterprise-ready content sync, an assessment of available options, the solution selected, and deployment to 100,000 users.
Intel IT assesses the available content sync options, what solution they selected, the challenges they faced, and how they are in the process of rolling out their enterprise-ready content sync solution for 100,000 users.Full View >
25 year Intel veteran discusses how Information Technology became such an essential part of the enterprise, and how IT’s role continues to change.
Intel IT’s role in the development of IA-based enterprise-optimized smartphones and how our experience with consumerization was critical.
Intel IT’s role in the development of IA-based enterprise optimized smartphones and how our experience with consumerization in the organization was critical.Full View >